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DISEASES FEB. 15, 2013 www.goodfruit.com VOL. 65, NO. 4
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FEATURE: Managing crab apple diseases: Crab apple disease management starts in the orchard with pruning.
FEATURE: Plant doctor: Plant diagnostic clinic is a resource for growers.
FEATURE: The good, the bad, and the ugly: How well do you know your Honeycrisp disorders?
FEATURE: Know your enemy: Different causal agents are involved in little cherry disease.
FEATURE: Cherry diseases require action
FEATURE: Pear research never ending: David Sugar retiring after studying pear diseases for more than 35 years.
FEATURE: Preventing storage rots: What you find at packing time started in orchards at harvest.
FEATURE: Brown rot surprises cherry growers: Tart cherry growers need to watch out for brown rot as bloom arrives.
FEATURE: Fighting fireblight through acquired resistance: A new product can enhance control by stimulating tree defenses.
Food safety workshops: Food safety experts will help build better programs.
Winter tests hardiness: The polar vortex of 2014 will test the cold hardiness of trees and vines.
Mildew wanted in this vineyard: Scientists collect data on fungicide efficacy, best timings, and rates.
Washington's easternmost vineyard: Basalt Cellars is reviving a once-thriving wine region.
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Last Bite: Young Grower: Sarah Adams
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